SMR


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SMR

abbreviation for submucous resection.

SMR

Abbreviation for:
senior medical resident
severe mental retardation
sexual maturity rating
standard metabolic rate
standardised morbidity ratio 
standardised mortality ratio, see there 
streptomycin resistant
submucosal resection

SMR

1. Sexual maturity rating. See Tanner stages.
2. Severely mentally retarded.
3. Standardized mortality ratio, see there.
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The event was halted and SMR blamed the recession and an overcrowded festival market for poor ticket sales, with less than half of the expected 8,000 tickets sold.
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